Scuppernong is a historically important Native American Muscadine variety. This bronze-skinned grape is a member of the Vitis rotundifolia family, which includes the first native grapes to produce wine. Scuppernong, which has a typically grapey, musky flavor, has been cultivated since 1809. However, wine is said to have been made from wild vine fruit by French immigrants in the mid-16th century. Known by many aliases, including Hickman’s Grape and Bullace, it is mostly grown in the southeastern and Gulf states of the U.S., where it can reach 18% fruit sugar. Ripening near mid-season, it produces sweet-finished white wines. Reportedly, it is very resistant to Pierce’s disease.

At home in the humidity of Florida, you yield more fruit than the Miami Gay Pride parade. Yes, you are quite an original; in fact, you are the original. Your family, Vitis Rotundifolia, were the first native Americans to yield wine. And the family name 'Rotunda-fullia' is so appropriate, with your Read more »

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  • Duplin Winery Scuppernong NV


    This wonderful wine took me back to my childhood growing up in middle Georgia. It was a wonderful experience that I will recommend to my childhood friends. Read More

    Wine review by loveydovey01

  • Duplin Winery Scuppernong Blush NV


    Really sweet, but good. Light and fruity. Perfect for warm evenings outside. Read More

    Wine review by MrsRiffe

  • Roanoke Vineyards Blend Two Photograph Label North Fork of Long Island 2003


    Wait! Wait just a minute! Roanoke Vineyards' Blend 2 is a Cab Franc/Cab Sauvignon blend. Strickly vinifera grapes. The wine is big, complex, sporting deep plum notes and rich cherry flavors. Very Left Bank Bordeaux in its styling. Excellent, and long sold out. The review above is totally erroneous. Read More

    Wine review by twelverows

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    Wine review by mzdita

  • Duplin Winery Scuppernong NV


    First of all, I was born and raised in the South and I'm no wino. I usually buy ... into alcohol. This Duplin Scuppernong White Wine belongs on the lower shelves of the wine selection at a gas station. I give it 1 star for being historic, but let it be known that historic doesn't make it goo Read More

    Wine review by BeastintheEast

  • Duplin Winery Scuppernong Blush NV


    Beautifully sweet wine! Literally stumbled upon it at a tasting at Christmas ... as delicious as my Duplin Scuppernong Win Read More

    Wine review by chichi1992

  • I'm finding an interest in icewine. I don't know very much about it, but what qualities am I to expect in an icewine? Read More

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  • Hi I am new with wine and I want to find a white wine that is sweet like the green grapes. Like in the evening have a glass of wine my husband or a friend with maybe some cheese. I tried (Eccoi Domani ) Pinot Grigro 2008. This is taste so bad I had it at Texas Land and Cattle. Please if any one can find a name or a wine that is good. But I do wa... Read More

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  • Duplin Winery Scuppernong NV


    I enjoy this wine and purchased a case of the Christmas Wine to give as gifts. Read More

    Wine review by gailsbells

  • Post Familie Vineyards Muscadine Altus White NV


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    Wine review by youngapple

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